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from the colorado plateau. we do see it in calinke, you see it in certain incan sites in south america. so it might be a pan american feature. i'm not sure what it is. some hopi people have told me that the t, the bottom of the t, goes down into a mythical underground lake so this is an upside down mountain that leads down into a place called the house of rain. that is where twyla, probably oldest american deity, the rain deity, lives down in the house of rain and this is a t shape from up on the colorado plateau and that is the last picture on these slides, so -- the t shape, the pottery, i followed genetic information that you find in bones and teeth. i followed as many different pieces of information as i could and they sent me walking. i started in chaco canyon and walked north up to mesa verde, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewhere. everything out there is a story. and that's what i'm followin
as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put your hands on the sand stone faces and the smooth shallow scallops that look like champagne glasses, you can feel the shape of the last flood that came through. every place in the desert is a story. every place is a passage way. it's really hard to walk very far in the desert for me because there are so many stories that start opening up and lead you from place to place and place and soon you start picking up the patterns of wind, of rain. you pick up the patterns of people who were there before you because, out there, things seem to las
used a hammer to beat his parents to death. >>> a colorado woman is in trouble with the law after she groped a tsa agent at the sky harbor airport. police say the refused to go through the screening and started arguing with the agents. that's when she grabbed one agent's breast. >> reporter: sky harbor passengers sounding off after a 61-year-old colorado woman is accused of grabbing a tsa officer's breast. >> it sounds like she's going to get her hand slapped. >> reporter: it all went down in terminal 4 at check point d. police say she started arguing with the agent and refused to be screened by the staff. tsa says the passenger was not even receiving a patdown. during the argument, officers say she grabbed the officer's breast with both hands and started twisting. phoenix police arrived and arrested the woman on sexual assault. that's when the colorado woman admitted to grabbing the tsa agent. >> it is very painful. that's pretty bad. >> reporter: one tsa officer told abc 15 the victim wasn't working today. no word on her reaction. but a spokesperson for the agency says tsa officers
coverage on nbc sports at the 66th u.s. women's open from the broadmoor in colorado springs where the biggest championship in women's golf continues after its fifth weather delay of the week. the latest delay coming earlier this afternoon, punctuated by a dazzling display of spectacular lightning. that bolt actually putting a charge here into the boulder here in colorado springs. the women were called off the course and when they did, a 25-year-old from south korea is the leader. she marched up the leaderboard with five birdies in her first nine holes of this final round, a day that started due to delays at 6:45 local time in morning as we go out live to the 1 th and piy8third shot coming down the e here at the par 4 11. she's got a par test left here to stay at 4 under, two clear of angela stanford who's coming off a bogey at the 7th. we're now live with her at the par 3 8th. >> interesting to see what kind of swing and contact she makes with this first full shot. could be good. >> this would be a great bounce-back for stanford who has four lpga victories but never a major and ca
the presidential candidate courting state with large number of votes but tonight why colorado, relatively few, while new york and california are part of a candidate's strategy. alicia acuna has the story from denver. >> reporter: colorado nine electoral volts will not only be in play in the 2012 presidential election, by all accounts they will be crucial. >> if you can't win in particular the unaffiliated voter you can't carry host of states in the country. >> reporter: president obama took colorado by nine points in 2008. but this state makes no promises. >> we. we for george bush in 2000 and 2004. voted for clinton in 'ed 92. for obama the last go-around. >> reporter: the pendulum direction is how the electorate swings. >> a third republican and third democratic and third unregistered voters. it could go either way. [ applause ] >> reporter: speculation is colorado senator michael bennett 2010 election victory will be template in the fight for the white house. he was one of the few democrats to side step the republican wave. >> he managed to get enough to win it. the race was mean, close an
on a camping trip in colorado. there he is, having a smile. rick voss woke up saturday morning to find the bear in his tent. the bear bit him on the leg. other campers eventually chased the bear off. here's more. >> he tried to pull me out. luckily, my pajamas broke, and so he just took my pajamas. >> wildlife officials say the attack was unprovoked, but there was food in the tent. they say that's a no no when camping. officials killed the 200-pound bear about a mile from the camp ground. >>> angry airline passenger is accused of taking matters into her own hands by turning the tables on tsa agents. that's coming up as the news edge continues, as well as gwen with great news as we get into the work week, right? >>> oh, yes. going to be a challenge to stay cool. i'll have the forecast and let you know how high the temperatures are going to go. we'll be back after the break.         >>> warm day today. we hit 89 at national airport, the same at dulles, and 91 at baltimore. that's just a sample of what's to come. our temperatures are going to be rising. fairly clear skies tonight. could se
the colorado plateau. this bowl is from american museum of natural history and that's where it is now. that's the storage place. where it was from before is pueblo bonito in chaco canyon where there were rooms filled to the ceiling with bowls stacked within each other, bowls like this. all their designs, you can kind of get a glimpse around this. they have this flawless symmetry blending all the way around. it looks like that place. it looks like that landscape. i look into this and i see the sharp edges of the land. i see the way the earth is shaped out there. i see the routes in their vessels. i mean, to understand these, this one came out of a 13th century site in southwest colorado and i would sit with these bowls for hours and hours, drawing them into my sketch book because that was the only way i could really understand the complexity of how they got their symmetries to match up because i could never get them to match up in my drawings. i could never do a 100 percent accurate rendition of these because every line was meaningful, every line meant something about how you paint the next
the customary 0 minutes to the gentleman from -- 30 minutes to the gentleman from colorado, my friend, mr. polis, pending which i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. sessions: during consideration of this resolution all time is yielded for the purpose of debate only. madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. sessions: house resolution 382 waives the requirement of clause 6 of rule 18 -- 13 requiring a 2/3 vote to consider a rule on the same day it is reported by the rules committee. this would allow for the same day consideration of any resolution reported through the legislative day of august 2, 2011. this rule will ensure the congress has the necessary tools to pass a bill that ensures we cut spending without defaulting on our national debt. madam speaker, today you will hear my friends the democrats argue about a closed process, but you will not hear them discuss the unprecedented spending spree that my
minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> a colorado woman is in trouble this morning after allegedly getting a litling handsy with a tsa agent at sky harbor airport. the woman refused to go through screening and began arguing with tsa agents. that's when she grabbed one of the agent's breasts. >> i who never grab a woman's boobs. >> reporter: sky harbor passengers sounding off after a 61-year-old colorado woman is accused of grabbing a tsa's officer's breast. it all went down in terminal 4. phoenix police said yukari miyamae starting arguing with the tsa agent and refused to be screened by the staff. in fact, the tsa said the passenger was not receiving a patdown. during the argument, miyamae grabbed the officer's breast with both hands and started twisting. phoenix police arrested the woman on sexual assault. that's when the woman admitted to grabbing the agent. >> that's bad. >> reporter: one tsa officer said the victim wasn't working today. no word on her reaction, but a spokesperson for the agency said tsa officers work every day to protect the traveling public and the
. >>> the prop behind an infamous hoax has changed hands. the silver ufo-like balloon that a colorado couple claims their son floated away in was sold on an online auction. it was bought by an aurora, colorado man for $2,500. a lawyer deducted $60 for fees and the remainder of the money will go japanese earthquake and tsunami victims. >>> harry potter and going out with a bang. fans are jamming movie theaters to see the last installment of the film series featuring the wiz battling the forces of evil. surae chinn caught up with some fans this morning at the uptown theater. >> reporter: all the excitement is happening at theaters all across the country including here at the uptown theater in cleveland park. and for the majority of fans, "harry potter and the deathly hallows part 2" did not disappoint. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. >> it was amazing. >> i was really, really good. >> we saw the midnight and the 3:30 a.m. so we double featured it and it was unbelievable. >> reporter: for alley, the first book came out when she was just 4 years old. >> it was everying that you can possibly hope
to the gentleman from colorado, mr. polis, my colleague on the rules committee, pending which i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized. mr. webster: during consideration of this resolution, all time yielded is for the purpose of debate only. mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. webster: mr. speaker, i rise today to support this rule and the underlying bill. the resolution 337 provides for an open rule consideration for house resolution -- h.r. 2354, the energy and water appropriation act of 2012. this rule provides for ample debate and opportunities for the members of the minority and majority to participate in that debate. the rule places no limitations on the number of amendments to be considered as long as they comply with the rules of the house. this continues the speaker's and the rule chairman's desire and commitment to have transparency and openness, which was demanded by the amer
drives through a convenience storefront in colorado. captions paid for by nbc-universal television hello, and good morning. welcome to our viewers across the nation, including the pacific time zone. i'm amara sohn. today we begin with vote failure. house speaker john boehner has been dealt a major blow from his own party with the clock ticking on the looming default of the nation. yesterday boehner was unable to coral enough support to bring his debt ceiling bill to a vote. tracie potts has the latest details from washington. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: at this hour, amara, good morning. the americans are nervous. the white house is concerned. lawmakers here on capitol hill frustrated. some of them furious at the tea party. one lawmaker called it pretty scary. >> what's going on in the house is crazy. is a disgrace. it is an outrage. >> the republicans are holding hostage the credit of the united states of america. >> do you have the votes? >> reporter: he didn't. it may come up again today, but speaker john boehner had to postpone a vote on his $1 trillion deficit plan because he
-up in aisle three. a teenager accidentally drives through a convenience storefront in colorado. hello, and good morning. i'm amara sohn. this is "first look" on msnbc. today we begin with vote failure. house speaker john boehner has been dealt a major blow from his own party with the clock ticking on the looming default of the nation. yesterday boehner was unable to coral enough support to bring his debt ceiling bill to a vote. tracie potts has the latest details from washington. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: americans are getting nefrk us. the white house is concerned. lawmakers are frustrated, some of them furious with the tea party. one lawmaker called it pretty scary. >> what's going on in the house is crazy. it is an outrage. >> the republicans are holding hostage the credit of the united states of america. >> do you have the votes? >> reporter: he didn't. it may come up again today, but speaker john boehner had to postpone a vote on his $1 trillion deficit plan because he couldn't get enough votes from his own party. >> the last thing we need to do is be playing around with
but it is controversial. democratic congressman from colorado joins us. congressman, your plan involves marijuana, gambling and immigration. i'm intrigued. and how will marijuana solve our crisis? >>guest: we all know we need spending cuts. it is harder to find common ground for increases, and 15 states including colorado have a regulatory environment allowing marijuana sales, medical marijuana but that is 100 percent taxed at the federal level. it is actually confiscated. so we are saying, reduce the marijuana tax and bring it in line with other sin taxes including alcohol or tobacco, and the estimates are that this bill would raise $30 billion over 10 years and it will raise more, and it does not make marijuana legal in any jurisdiction. i point that out. it is still illegal in 35 states. >>chris: how long has the medical marijuana been legal in colorado and those against it would say it brings in revenue from the tax but this are longer term health issues where, for set, it is a negative. what have you seen? >>guest: there is no evidence having it legal and regulated increases recreational usa
traded to the colorado rockies today and goes down stairs and participates in the root beer float day. no man played more games than mark ellis 1,021. hitting .213 this season, been injured. bruce billings said i will get you out of the american league, i will trade you to the colorado rockies where he will start at second base. >> stuff day for me, been here as long as i have, having a relationship with bruce billings and everybody here. great organization. been proud to be a part of it for 10 years. it will be tough. but there is a time when this stuff happens and this is my time. >> all right. lot of folks will miss mark ellis. trevor cahill found himself in a hole here. doubling home a couple of runs and the a's come back here in the bottom of the 9th. suzuki goes deep. 5-4. weeks doesn't have to look over his shoulder, he is out to end the game. a's 10 games under .500. giants a tough one today, man cane got his 1,000th career strikeout. 7 shut out innings. giants didn't get a for 10 innings. they can win here. bottom 9, brian wilson gives up a home run. we go extra. 10 and a thi
to winning the series bling idiots colorado. >> -- winning the series in colorado. >> look at espinoza on his knees, thrust the first to get the out. unbelievable. just one complete motion. he could be their future shortstop. he defies gravity. he has now earned sports centers top plays. he sent a bullet to first for the outbreak he does not even break that line. the indians when 5-4. rather than wait for the n.c.a.a. to deal out punishment, the ohio state are doing that themselves. the school vacated all 12 of its victories from 2010. this comes on the heels of the head coach resigning. other measures officially taken to date include a five game suspensions of five players involved in violations. those players sold paraphernalia for cash. breaking news, capstans. he was traded in exchange for a fourth round pick in 2012. he was the start of the winter classic. he scored two goals against pittsburgh but he suffered from a shoulder season late and this season. now he gets to go home. our play of the game. look at that bicycle kick. it is very hard to do. mexico wins 3-2. the houston rockets ce
the pirates. the capitals made some very bold moves. the biggest was trading semyon varlamov to the colorado avalanche. just yesterday, his agent said he was heading to russia. today, he signed with the colorado avalanche. it is $5.5 million. he wanted to stay in washington, but he needed a guaranteed that he would be the number one goalie. the capitals denied that. there is more action going on, some more players getting traded. plastic a look at what happened. -- let's take a look at what happened. joel ward was picked up from the national predators. 69 teams had bids on them. so more people to watch. we will see what they pullout in the next couple of days. we are you're in nationals park the big story, david johnson. >>> is this typical fourth of july whether? >> are average height is 89. note -- our average height is 89 great no change in our average temperature. >> we can talk about that. >> do not do it right now. >> it is hard keeping up with it. outside, fourth of july weekend. here is the only spot that has any rain. you can see that around indianapolis. overall, it is a pretty dry
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it's all coincidence. but not long ago i was up at a place called chimney rock in southwest colorado. and it's over 8,000 feet. and you are up at the southern end ftd rocky mountains and there is this scarp of rock that rises up probably about a thousand feet out of a valley floor and right at the tip of this scarp there are two twin towers of rock. if you get to a certain place on top of this very narrow butte, you can see between these twin towers and there happens to be a great house built between these two towers and every 18.6 years when the moon goes into its northernmost point on the horizon, it rises between those two towers. i was there at the beginning of the last 18.6 year cycle and we stood up there, probably 20 of us, researchers, forest service people, all gathered at the same spot with cameras and huddled -- it was late december at 8,000 feet and we were all watching this gap. and somebody had done very intricate work to figure out exactly where you need to stand to see the light at exactly the right time. and as we were all gathered up there, i remember this older arc
coast, the places you usually look to in these rays. it is colorado according to one of the leading republican legal minds in the country. alicia acuna joins us on this now. how is colorado expected to play such a big role alicia? >> martha, at a gop fund-raiser in january, in colorado springs, karl rove told the crowd, in 2012, as goes colorado, so goes the nation. and in the last presidential election, candidate barack obama, one colorado -- won colorado by a nine-point margin, however, i can tell you that voters here have a history of making no promises, and if colorado is a reflection of the nation's electorate, then the style of the 2010 senate race here could be a predictor of what's to come at the white house. in fact obama strategist david axelrod said that that race is a model they're looking at for 2012. senator michael bennett was one of a handful of democrats to beat back republicans into washington. >> he's spent a huge amount of money and very smartly targeted it to moderate republican women, moderate unaffiliated voters, including women. and to democrats who were some
, colorado, washington and oregon all have 7 degrees. washington and oregon, you know, give or take because of the coast. others come close three it so we have a prototype of justin jefferson so we go from jefferson to robert lucas to samuel to stephen douglas and jefferson returns to the american map. well, here he is again. when you leave here today, you will know why stephen douglas was famous before he dated a one-term congressman who lost the election and two years later ran for president. the other piece of legislation that dealt with slavery that stephen douglass was a great participant of was the compromise of 1850. there was a package of five and he was involved in two of them in particular, but the one i want to talk about is the bill but involved with texas. when it entered the union it had been republican was larger than the texas we have today. it continued further north and all the way up to wyoming, tapering it as it went. it relinquished all of its land north of 36 degrees and 30 minutes because the missouri compromise was still affecting the antislavery and wanted to keep i
house produce any real solutions? we'll ask colorado senator michael bennett. he's our specialist. that's next. @ó@ó@ó@ >>> there is no agreement in private or in public, and as the president said yesterday, we are this far apart. >> it's a gloomy day in washington with a bad jobs report out and speaker boehner denying any deal on the debt ceiling. both sides agree we need far reaching spendi ining cuts but disagree when it comes to reven revenues. the president said both sides should be ready to show their demands when they come to the table on sunday. with us to push the whole debate forward, our specialist, colorado senator michael bennett. welcome, senator. >> thanks, matt. it's great to be with you. >> great to have you. you're a fresh face in washington, which is a welcomed thing. only been there a couple of years. just off your first big actual election victory. where are we in this? we have the, you know, this whole mess heading toward what could be something that triggers a real economic meltdown. what's the way out of this at this point, do you think? >> well, one of the
than boating. it's a major component of the colorado river system which supplies drinking water to some 20 million people. once all the runoff from the melting mountain snow reaches lake meade, the water level will still be only 56% of capacity. and up at snowbird, well, ski season officially ended this week. backcountry skiers are still well come to try the slopes at their own risk. in the mountains and on the water, it's a season to remember. john blackstone, cbs news, lake meade, nevada. >>> looks gorgeous over there. the fresh grocer is working on a summer recipe and some soggy potter fans who just want to be first in line. >>> also a reminder. if you have a consumer problem or question, call our hotline at 1-888-5-helps-u. volunteers are there right now to help you with your consumer problems. so give them a ring. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> there is a beautiful red snapper dish that's a star of the show here served with some delicious seasonal vegetables. very simple dish, with the snapper and some vegetables, let's get go. what do we do first? the chef starts by
that the recent storms in colorado may cause flooding and landslides. one lane of a highway near bolder is already closed. keeping people away from their homes. people are stocking up on sandbags to protect their homes from flooding. >>> more fallout for rupert murdoch news corp. the head of the british division has resigned. rebecca brookes oversaw news of the world. brookes says she's leaving because staying put would put the company at risk. here in the u.s., news corp owns the fox network and the wall street journal. >>> an emergency meet willing be held today in a civil defamation suit. anthony falsely told police the little girl was a nanny with the same name. gonzalez is asking the court to force anthony to be questioned. anthony will not attend today's hearing. >>> for thousands of devoted harry potter fans this morning the end of an era. it turned out in full wizardry galea for the midnight premier of the eighth and final harry potter movie. the first book was published in england back in 1997. that spawned a worldwide phenomenon that capture and influenced the generation that grew up wi
flood in colorado. officials say they trove on to a washed out section of a highway. the mother and three daughters died. the father survived. >>> yosemite national park a desperate search continues. hike hikers saw three fall yesterday. >>> a war fugitive is under arrest. hadzic was on the run for three years. he was the last remaining figure sought by the u.n. war crimes tribunal. >>> today british prime minister david cameron will be questioned by members of parliament. yesterday rupert murdoch, his son and former chief executive were questioned during testimony. yesterday he was attacked by a protester with a foam pie. he refused during all of this to accept responsibility and said his only fault was trusting the wrong people. charlie d'agata is in london with more. >> reporter: good morning to you, betty. british newspapers couldn't refuse the headlines. it's british prime minister david cameron's turn in the firing line. lawmaker also grill cameron over his relationship with top executives at rupert murdoch's "news of the world." especially his decision to hire andy coulso
savings are from the increases in the step and colorado -- and column. we have the 6.5% increase in salaries offset by the contribution to retirement. a lot of these are moving costs. this is more of a plug number to add up to the change in the fund balance of $28 million. vice president yee: thank you. and on page 48 -- this might really be related to page 46. it is just that when i looked at it i was tying the pages together. on the total unrestricted general fund revenues, the last total item on that page before you get into the notes, there was an increase on the revenues as compared to the document that two weeks ago of about -- it is the some $300,000, it looks like. >> that is due to be passed through to the charter schools. it is a strict pass through. the first reading had a number that was $4.10 million. the second reading is 4.472. that was an error in the first reading which has been corrected. it really has no impact on our fund balance. it is a pass through. we get the revenue and it goes to the charter schools. the expenditure has been adjusted appropriately. vice
just started preparing his will when rescuers found him. >>> a colorado man -- woman fed up with airport path downs is facing charges after she groped a tsa agent. officials say that she was flying from phoenix to sky harbor to colorado when she grabbed and twisted the breasts of a tsa agent. the woman was taken into custody. she is a frequent flier and now she facing sexual assault charges. >>> a deal that was too good to be true and it was for some shoppers. for a few hours shoppers at sears.com were told they could get an ipad for $69. sign me up for that. the price was a mistake. sears said it was caused by a third party vendor t was supposed to be offered at 745- dollars. 69 sounds better, doesn't it? >>> they hope for a facelift in towson a measure to revitalize the area. and we explain that it is meant to attract new businesses and new shoppers. >> some parts of downtown towson are booming like the center, other areas near the commons continue to struggle. >> that just seems dead. >> it has potential >> to build on that, the town sill has adopted the urban design prin
. pueblo, colorado, even you are in the 100s. easily, lynn, easily the hottest week of the year this year. it could be the hottest week we've seen in a couple years. >> unfortunately for a lot of folks out there. all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> coming up, wall street feels the debt ceiling heat. news corp shares tumble. and who's the fairest of them all on facebook? your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, a record shattering box office busting winner of the weekend for the boy wizard, and his pals. >>> an unlikely winner, a riveting finish and a $1 million shot. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. another blow to afghan president hamid karzai's inner circle, after gunmen killed one of his close advisers, as well as a member of parliament. the taliban is claiming responsibility. it comes less than a week after the assassination of karzai's half-brother. >>> some terrifying moments in canada, when a sudden and violent storm caused the main sta
wanted in connection with several murders in east palo alto and in grand junction, colorado. but police now say the men are not the murder suspects. the reason for the confusion, the car they were driving is registered to one of the suspects. >>> officers from eight bay area agencies have now completed a course on how to deal with mental issues on a call. the first group of trainees will graduate today. the 38-hour seminar will help officers respond more effectively to people with a wide range of psychological problems. the oakland police department says in 2009, 5600 calls for service involved a mental health component. >>> right now pg&e crews are out at work digging up an abandoned section of gas pipeline san bruno. it was originally part of the pipeline that caused last year's deadly explosion and fire but this portion has not been used since the 1950s when the line was moved to a different location. state regulators though or the the utility to dig it up as part of the investigation into the disaster. >>> new at noon, a ban on male circumcision will not appear on san francisco's no
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